Barcelona's Arthur and Juventus's Miralem Pjanic have reportedly both completed medicals as they prepare to switch clubs during this summer's transfer window.
The two teams have allegedly come to an agreement which will see Juve pay €10m (£9m) plus Pjanic for Arthur, with the deal expected to take place after both clubs have finished their 2019-20 campaigns.
According to Sky Italia, both players completed medicals in Turin on Sunday, but Arthur has since flown back to Spain to resume training with Barca ahead of their La Liga clash with Atletico Madrid on Tuesday.
The Brazil international is expected to pen a five-year contract with the Italian champions, while Pjanic has allegedly been offered a deal at Camp Nou until June 2024.
Arthur has scored four times and contributed four assists in 28 appearances for his Catalan club during the 2019-20 campaign.
Pjanic has also again been an important player for Juve this term - making 36 appearances in all competitions - but the 30-year-old is seemingly set to arrive in Spain this summer.